Causes of the Chinese Revolution?


The major causes of the Chinese Revolution, as with many revolutions, were economic. The Chinese people became frustrated with the increasing amount of money that was required to meet their tax debts. The Chinese people also began to have disputes between the central government of China and the outlying provinces that were working to build the railroad system in China. Discontent, disparity between the middle and upper classes, and increased taxation were the major causes of the Chinese Revolution
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